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Central Residents March for Life at LSU Rally

Central Residents March for Life at LSU Rally

On Saturday, Jan. 24, more than 2,500 pro-life supporters rallied for the unborn at the Greek Theater on the LSU campus. Then they marched to the LSU Assembly Center where they joined 2,500 other Christians who were involved in an all-day prayer rally sponsored by Gov. Jindal. On the way, pro-life marchers were confronted by about 200 […]

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A World Beyond What Can Be Seen

In a mother’s womb were two babies. One asked the other: “Do you believe in life after delivery?” The other replied, “Why, of course! There has to be something after delivery. Maybe we are here to prepare ourselves for what we will be later.” “Nonsense” said the first. “There is no life after delivery. What […]

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5,000 Gathered for Day of Prayer at LSU

5,000 Gathered for Day of Prayer at LSU

More than 5,000 Christians brought a message of faith, hope, love, and reconciliation to the LSU campus on Saturday, Jan. 24.  Two different events took place simultaneously.  But before noon, the two merged to become  one of the largest Christian gatherings in the history of LSU. The peaceable event contrasted with the threats being made […]

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Central Mayor Says Future Looks Bright

Central Mayor Says Future Looks Bright

Central Mayor Jr. Shelton gave his first annual State of the City address last week, and all of the major news media in Baton Rouge were there to cover the story including the Advocate, Times-Picayune, Business Report, WAFB-TV, and WBRZ-TV. Here are some of the major points Mayor Shelton made: • Central is a land […]

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Metro Council Tries to Kill City of St. George

Metro Council Tries to Kill City of St. George

Last Wednesday, three Republican Metro Council members joined with five Democrats to authorize the City of Baton Rouge to block citizens on voting on whether to incorporate St. George. Conservatives and Republicans have been working hard to help create the new City of St. George.  For many of them, it is the best hope we […]

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Four State Legislators from Central To Face Voters for Reelection in Fall

Four State Legislators from Central To Face Voters for Reelection in Fall

Four state legislators who represent Central in the Louisiana Legislature will be up for reelection this fall. They are: • Rep. Barry Ivey, a first-term legislator, who represents the southern part of Central and a small part of the eastern part of the City of Baton Rouge. • Rep. Valarie Hodges, also a first-term legislator who represents […]

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The State of the City

The State of the City

In Central’s first-ever State of the City address, Mayor Jr. Shelton outlined his activities over the past six months and his plans for the next four years. The Mayor spoke before the Baton Rouge media, many of Central’s elected officials, and others gathered at the Chamber of Commerce of East Baton Rouge at Café Américain on […]

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Fires Keep Central Fire Department Busy for Holidays

Fires Keep Central Fire Department Busy for Holidays

The Central Fire Department responded to a number of fires over the holidays: • Smoke Damage on Carey Road. On Dec. 28, a homeowner returned to his residence in the 12700 block of Carey Rd. and discovered high heat conditions and smoke inside his residence.  The Central Fire Department was alerted at 2:49 p.m., but […]

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Trees Being Cut on Greenwell Springs Road

Trees Being Cut on Greenwell Springs Road

For years, the narrow, two-lane stretch of Greenwell Springs Road inside the City of Central has been the scene of countless traffic accidents and many fatalities. The road, which has been used since the 1850’s, has never been upgraded to reflect the high traffic counts of the 21st century.  There are no shoulders, steep dropoffs […]

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Gordon Hutchinson Takes Oath As New Constable for Central

Gordon Hutchinson Takes Oath As New Constable for Central

Justice of the Peace Mark Miley administered the oath of office to his new constable, Gordon Hutchinson of Central. Hutchinson was elected to take the position of retiring constable Don Thompson, who served in that position for 18 years. Thompson succeeded constable Virgil Devall. Hutchinson said, “Many citizens are unfamiliar with the purpose of their […]

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